MPS ACCESS
Chromebook - Parent Information

Minot Public Schools (MPS) will be supporting 21st Century learning goals by assigning a chromebook to students. In 2020-2021, all 5-12 grade students and distance learners will have the opportunity to have a chromebook issued to them for the school year, along with K-4 students in distance learning. The chromebook is an educational tool like a textbook or notebook, that supports the individual learning needs of each student.

The policies and procedures within the MPS ACCESS document apply to all students who are issued a chromebook. We ask that parents/guardians review the information in the online document www.bit.ly/MPSACCESS with your student then complete this form.

Student Responsibility
Use the chromebook in a responsible and ethical manner. Obey general school rules concerning behavior and communication that apply to network use and the Minot Public Schools Technology Acceptable Use Policy (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AyTmVJw82oYxJXwdZUQK6ald66NH8-LS/view). Students will be asked to digitally sign the Acceptable Use Policy each school year.

Assist Minot Public Schools in protecting our computer system/chromebook by contacting an administrator about any security problems students encounter.

In the event that a family is responsible for payment, due to loss, theft or damage, a notice will be sent with a brief explanation and amount due. Payments should be made through the student’s school office or online per the instructions on the notice. Rates for repair can be found in the MPS ACCESS document.

Students will receive chromebooks the first full week of school or a designated date, time, and location to pickup before school starts. UPDATE: Due to the shortage of chromebooks, and delays in delivery, the timeline for receiving your chromebook is to be determined at this time.

The MPS ACCESS Contract and more information can be found at bit.ly/MPSACCESS
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